William Halsey Jr sends a message to Thomas Cassin Kinkaid during American air attack on Japanese in the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific ocean Date:1946, July Duration:7 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
American strike over Japanese forces in the Pacific Ocean during the Battle of Cape Engano of World War II. U.S. Navy Fleet Admiral William Halsey Jr. who is the Commander of U.S. Third Fleet writes a message for Commander of 7th Fleet Admiral Thomas Cassin Kinkaid. An officer studies a map. Animation depicts the course taken by Task Force 38. Animation depicts night radar search made by American forces and detection of an enemy ship. A ship underway in the Pacific Ocean. Animation depicts the movement of Task Force 38 and Task Force 34. A U.S. night search airplane lands due to engine problems. An aircraft in flight. Bombs being carried on tow dollies. Bombs being loaded in aircraft. The aircraft take off from an carrier. A man gives a signal. U.S. aircraft in flight. Admiral William Halsey, Jr with others stands on the ship deck. Animation depicts contact of the Commander of the 3rd Fleet with the Commander of the 7th Fleet and the change in course of enemy movement. Japanese ships underway in the Pacific Ocean. U.S. aircraft launch an attack on the Japanese ships. Aircraft drop bombs on the ships. An aircraft catches fire and plunges in water. A strike coordinator in an aircraft. Animation depicts Japanese ships being bombed and damaged. Japanese aircraft carriers Zuiho and Zuikaku are attacked by American forces. U.S. aircraft drop torpedoes on Japanese ships. Japanese fighter aircraft shot down. Animation depicts American air attack on Japanese ships.
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